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The first parameter in the HTTP context is either inline (default value, indicating it can be displayed inside the Web page, or as the Web page) or attachment (indicating it should be downloaded; most browsers presenting a 'Save as' dialog, prefilled with the value of the filename parameters if present).




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All right folks! In this article, we learned how to upload single as well as multiple files via REST APIs written in Spring Boot. We also learned how to download files in Spring Boot. Finally, we wrote code to upload files by calling the APIs through javascript.


*In VLC, you may need to enable "Force multicast RTP via RTSP" in the RTP/RTSP/SDP demuxer settings under Advanced Preferences.**In order for FFMPEG and VLC to access and retrieve the SDP file via HTTP-authentication, the HTTP-basic authentication has to be configured in Plain Config > Network > Authentication policy.***These examples illustrate how a video client is capable of connecting to the multicast stream just by using the file SDP alone without making any further connection to the Axis device. Assuming that no configuration change is made on the Axis device, the user is only required to download the SDP file once and then one could use the SDP to start playing the video. VLC and FFMPEG are exmaples of clients that are capable of doing so.


AXIS Video MIB (Message Information Base) extends the way to monitor Axis devices over SNMP. The Video MIB enables network administrators to monitor status information and a number of new notifications. To make use of the AXIS Video MIB, download the MIB files here and import them in your SNMP network monitoring application. The AXIS Video MIB is supported by Axis network devices from AXIS OS 5.60 and higher.


Make sure ad destinations or content (including pop-ups) are not difficult to navigate and do not contain abusive experiences where sites are designed to be misleading. Also, make sure the ad destination does not directly initiate a direct download or lead to an email address or file (refer to the list below).


Description: Downloads an artifact with or without returning the actual content to the client. When tracking the progress marks are printed (by default every 1024 bytes). This is extremely useful if you want to trigger downloads on a remote Artifactory server, for example to force eager cache population of large artifacts, but want to avoid the bandwidth consumption involved in transferring the artifacts to the triggering client. If no content parameter is specified the file content is downloaded to the client.Notes: This API requires Artifactory Pro.Security: Requires a privileged user (can be anonymous)Usage: GET /api/download/repoKey/filePath[?content=none/progress][&mark=numOfBytesToPrintANewProgressMark]Produces: application/octet-stream, text/plain (depending on content type)Since: 2.2.2Sample Output:


Description: Triggers a no-content download of artifacts from a remote Artifactory repository for all artifacts under the specified remote folder. Can optionally delete local files if they do not exist in the remote folder, overwrite local files only if they are older than remote files or never overwrite local files. The default is not to delete any local files and to overwrite older local files with remote ones. By default progress marks of the sync are displayed. The default timeout for the remote file list is 15000 milliseconds (15 seconds).Notes: This API is deprecated. Requires Artifactory ProSecurity: Requires a privileged user (can be anonymous) For non-admin users will replicate at max the number of files as defined by the artifactory.search.userQueryLimit system property.Usage: GET /api/sync/remoteRepositoryKey/folderPath[?progress=showProgress][&mark=numOfBytesToPrintANewProgressMark][&delete=deleteExistingFiles][&overwrite=never/force][&timeout=fileListTimeoutInMillis]Produces: text/plainSince: 2.2.4Sample Output:


The number of artificial artifacts (metadata only) in the JPD. The full binary file does not yet exist. If the user tries to download the artifact, the search will proceed on one of the other mirrors.


Amazon CloudFront supports content that can be sent using the HTTP or WebSocket protocols. This includes dynamic web pages and applications, such as HTML or PHP pages or WebSocket-based applications, and any popular static files that are a part of your web application, such as website images, audio, video, media files or software downloads. Amazon CloudFront also supports delivery of live or on-demand media streaming over HTTP.


Other data gathering mechanisms, such as web beacons, HTML Storage Objects, and web tags, are used by us and our service providers to gather more specific data on your use. A web beacon (also called a web bug or clear GIF) is a graphic on a webpage or in an email message that is designed to monitor who is reading the page or message. Web beacons are often invisible because they are typically only 1-by-1 pixel in size. Web beacons are often used alongside cookies to track activity. Web beacons may be used to add data to a profile about a site visited, provide an independent accounting of how many people have visited a website, gather statistics about usage, among other things. HTML Storage Objects are program code that collects data about your activity on our Services. The HTML is temporarily downloaded onto your device while you are connected to our Online Services.


You can print a copy of your Profile personal data using your web browser and download your attachments at any time by logging into your account and following the download process. Any further data access requests can be directed to us at the privacy support emails listed at the end of this Policy.


Sharepoint is now also supported, but it's a little trickier (it currently fetches more files from a drive than what is shown by the link). A major problem was a slightly different API structure and the fact that the session token expires after 1h, but it's solved too. They also appear to have some rate-limiting in place, so don't start too many parallel downloads.


Q: HTTrack has crashed during a mirror, what's happening?A: We are trying to avoid bugs and problems so that the program can be as reliable aspossible. But we can not be infallible. If you occurs a bug, please check if you have thelatest release of HTTrack, and send us an email with a detailed description of yourproblem (OS type, addresses concerned, crash description, and everything you deem to benecessary). This may help the other users too.Q: I want to update a mirrored project, but HTTrack is retransfering all pages. What's going on?A: First, HTTrack always rescans all local pages to reconstitute the website structure, and it can take some time.Then, it asks the server if the files that are stored locally are up-to-date. On most sites, pages are notupdated frequently, and the update process is fast. But some sites have dynamically-generated pages that are considered as"newer" than the local ones.. even if they are identical! Unfortunately, there is no possibility to avoid this problem, which is strongly linked with the server abilities.Q: I want to continue a mirrored project, but HTTrack is rescanning all pages. What's going on?A: HTTrack has to (quickly) rescan all pages from the cache, without retransfering them, to rebuild the internal file structure. However, this process can take some time with huge sites with numerous links.Q: HTTrack window sometimes "disappears" at then end of a mirrored project. What's going on?A: This is a known bug in the interface. It does NOT affect the quality of the mirror, however. We are still hunting it down, but this is a smart bug..Questions concerning a mirror:Q: I want to mirror a Web site, but there are some files outsidethe domain, too. How to retrieve them?A: If you just want to retrieve files that can be reached through links, just activatethe 'get file near links' option. But if you want to retrieve html pages too, you can bothuse wildcards or explicit addresses ; e.g. add www.someweb.com/* to accept allfiles and pages from www.someweb.com.Q: I have forgotten some URLs of files during a longmirror.. Should I redo all?A: No, if you have kept the 'cache' files (in hts-cache), cached files will not beretransfered.Q: I just want to retrieve all ZIP files or other files in a website/in a page. How do I do it?A: You can use different methods. You can use the 'get files near a link' option iffiles are in a foreign domain. You can use, too, a filter adress: adding +*.zipin the URL list (or in the filter list) will accept all ZIP files, even if these files areoutside the address. Example : httrack www.someweb.com/someaddress.html +*.zip will allowyou to retrieve all zip files that are linked on the site.Q: There are ZIP files in a page, but I don't want to transferthem. How do I do it?A: Just filter them: add -*.zip in the filter list.Q: I don't want to download ZIP files bigger than 1MB and MPG files smaller than 100KB. Is it possible?A: You can use filters for that ; using the syntax:-*.zip*[>1000] -*.mpg*[ 041b061a72


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